International Migration Into the 21st Century: Essays in Honour of Reginald Appleyard
Muhammed Abu B. Siddique, Reginald Thomas Appleyard
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 2001 - Social Science - 321 pages
'This volume of papers is among the best to appear in the prolific literature on international migration published during the last two decades. It should be of value both to the migration specialist and to readers interested in this increasingly critical area of population research.' - Michael P. Todaro, Population and Development Review 'The eminent scholars within this volume take stock of, and look forward to, core issues in the field of migration studies. In my view this is an excellent book.' - Jeroen Doomernik, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Reginald Appleyard occupies an eminent position in the field of international migration and development studies. This enlightening volume of essays, in his honour, brings together contributions from a distinguished group of scholars who have known him for many years and hold him in high esteem. Combining judgements and expertise from all fields of the social sciences, this unique book provides a truly inter-disciplinary analysis of one of the most significant emerging problems of the 21st Century.
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